Speaker: Amanda Koplin, LPC, Thomas Rogerson, President and CEO, Susan J. Travis, CFP®, CTFA, AEP®
The pandemic forced us to face ourselves and reorganize our lives in a way that could not have been anticipated or imagined. Divorce rates, alcohol sales, suicide rates, and philanthropic donations skyrocketed during this time. Families sheltered in place who before traveled freely and independently throughout the world.
This timely webinar will educate estate planners on pandemic statistics impacting family dynamics—and assist trusted advisors as they help families embrace their new normal, moving into their future and creating a comprehensive Family Wealth Plan in a pandemic era.
Attend this webinar to learn:
National Association of Estate Planners & Councils and the Accredited Estate Planner® (AEP®) designation
CFP, CIMA®, CPWA®, CIMC®, RMA®, and AEP® CE Credits have been applied for and are pending approval.
Amanda Koplin, LPC is a mental health entrepreneur and thought leader who creates innovative solutions to fill gaps in the mental healthcare system. In 2016 she sold her first business, a mental health urgent care clinic, to create Koplin Consulting, a nationwide concierge behavioral health treatment team service. Amanda is passionate about helping people achieve mental wellness and creating sustainable support systems and solutions which integrate seamlessly into real life. She is a speaker and a nationally sought after consultant who specializes in creating unique treatment plans and recommendations for individuals struggling with psychological concerns such as addictions, eating disorders, lack of motivation, and other issues impacting mental wellness. She is particularly adept at involving trusted advisors and family members to create the greatest impact.
Tom is a pioneer in family governance and legacy planning. He had the privilege of meeting Jay Hughes 25 years ago who inspired him to transform his practice from “Preparing the Money for the Family” to “Preparing the Family for the Money.” Using his Seven-Steps to Healthy Family Governance, Tom has worked with over 260 families facilitating family meetings focusing on: transparent communication, entrepreneurial motivation, philanthropic vision, legacy planning, succession development and then endowing the process for the future, all to create a generational family bond. In 2017 Tom teamed up with his wife and started GenLeg Co., Inc. Together they provide guidance and education to families and their advisors, helping them transition significant capital, both financial (tangible) and human (intangible), from one generation to the next.
Susan began her career in the financial services industry in 1987 and prior to joining Mercer Advisors was a Sr. Vice President and Trust Officer with Kanaly Trust Company in Houston. Susan specializes in multi-generational wealth management issues, in which she incorporates a variety of planning tools. She holds a Bachelor degree from State University of New York, a Trust Administration Certification from Bentley University in Boston and completed the National Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University in Chicago. Susan is on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils (NAEPC), serves on the Accredited Estate Planner® (AEP®) Committee, co-chairs its Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Task Force, and is past chair of the Multi-Disciplinary Teaming Committee.
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